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for boat insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >> a disturbing trend, mr. president, when the republicans are willing to block executive branch nominees even if they have no objection about the qualification of the nominee. they don't like the law. they don't like the agency. instead of blocking qualified nominees to circumvent the legislative process, force wholesale changes to law and restructure executive branch departments. >> it's note worthy that all of the people he is complaining about all got confirmed. so what he is really saying here is he doesn't want any debate at all in connection with with presidential appointments. just sit down and shut up and rubber stamp everything, everyone the president sends up here. >> bret: well, that's the back and forth on the nuke lawyer option. the senate majority leader saying he has the votes to change the senate rules with regard to the executive nominees. the executive nominees, not judicial nominees, not policy, but executive nominees. we're back with the panel. judge, you know, this essentially means that instead of gettin
) geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. >>> and now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine. leaving her post, secretary of state proved very lucrative for hillary clinton. she kept busy with public speaking, commanding reported $200,000 per speech, plus travel expenses. based on news reports of her engagements, she has given about a dozen such speeches since the first of april, and appears to have at least eight more on the docket in coming months. "the new york times" reports that clinton who is expected to run for president in 2016 is said to give reflections on her time as secretary of state, musings from her personal life, peppered with commentary on timely issues like syria and edward snowden. a speaking career path that's proven to be quite the cash cow for the clintons, since bill clinton left office in 2001, the couple has raked in a reported $100 million in speaking fees. >>> in the time of heightened cyber security, fueled by wikileaks and edward snowden, the kremlin has a plan to keep its secrets secret. it is investing in typewriters. a r
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